Adrienne Kaufmann

Most musicians claim their shows will be “entertaining,” or “a good time,” but this Saturday, Frequency Arts is hosting a band that promises much more. Natti Love Joys, a Tennessee-based reggae band, guarantees that their concert this Saturday ... more

Feb 14, 2018 12:25 PM News & Notes

If you’re into the Chattanooga arts scene, you’ve probably heard about LIT Gallery. Though the gallery is nestled in a corner of St. Elmo instead of the more heavily visited downtown area, some of Chattanooga’s most vibrant, exciting exhibits can ... more

Feb 7, 2018 2:53 PM News & Notes

In 1999, an engineering student named Ryan Gravel had an idea: take a former railway corridor that wraps around the city of Atlanta, and turn it into a multi-use trail. This idea launched the multi-million-dollar BeltLine, a project that seeks to ... more

Feb 7, 2018 2:53 PM The Bowl

Even after famous musicians have passed away, their instruments often remain, preserving a special alchemy in their much-used strings, keys, and buttons. This relationship between musician and instrument is what Songbirds Guitar Museum captures ... more

Jan 31, 2018 11:37 AM News & Notes

Late January is the perfect time of year to bundle up and go see a good musical. After all, there’s not much to look forward to after the holiday decorations are packed away and the parties have wound down. What could be better for battling the ... more

Jan 24, 2018 10:39 AM News & Notes

It’s no secret that Chattanooga is a hotbed of innovation, but what might surprise some ‘nooga natives is how far and wide this news has spread. I learned this a few years ago when a friend from Scotland told me she studied Chattanooga’s ... more

Jan 24, 2018 10:39 AM The Bowl

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